Lower than a 3rd of Individuals need Roe upset in opposition to Wade

Corresponding a Marquette Law School survey Released today, fewer than a third of Americans want Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court decision protecting a pregnant woman’s right to choose reproductive health care without undue state restrictions is overturned.

The survey found only 20% of the public support the rejection of Roe v. Wade, 50% are against and 29% say they lack the information to form an opinion.

The finding agrees with a Monmouth University surveywho found that 62% of Americans believe the Supreme Court should leave the ruling as it is. Likewise, 67% of Americans who responded to a Quinnipiac University poll said they liked Roe v. Wade agree.

The court should hear oral arguments ifn Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, a Mississippi case that limits abortion to 15 weeks. The case has alarmed abortion providers and women’s rights activists who fear it could lead to the overthrow of Roe v. Wade could lead.

Alan is a writer, editor, and news junkie from New York.

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